- Episode Description
A 10-year-old girl Sam once provided protection detail for in Saudi Arabia goes missing, and he's convinced her disappearance is directly connected to the theft of software for a new unmanned-aerial vehicle being developed by her engineer mother.
- Cast & Crew
- Fan Reviews (3)
One More Chance
A superb episode.
Its all about the ending
- Trivia & Quotes
Kensi: Her daughter and husband could be killed at any moment. All she can do is sit here and wait.
Deeks: That fifth cup of coffee can't be helping. Oh, I'm just saying, the last thing we need is for her to be wired and suddenly have to go find a bathroom.
Kensi: Your brain really doesn't work like everybody else's, does it?
Deeks: No. No, it doesn't. Like Steve Jobs said, I think different.
Kensi: Don't think he was talking about you.
Deeks: Or was he?
Kensi: No, he wasn't.
Deeks: That's the whole thing 'cause when I was undercover, I was fearless. You know why that was?
Kensi: Because you didn't have to worry about anybody?
Deeks: Yeah, because I was on my own, you know? Nobody has any control over you when you're on your own.
Kensi: That's true, but then again you don't have anybody looking after you, either. No one's got your back.
Deeks: Oh, my God.
Deeks: I just realized you're the yin in my yang. So to speak.
Kensi: Uh, explain to me how you have this capability of making everything sound so wrong.
Deeks: It's a gift, isn't it? I'm just saying, like, you're the right to my wrong. I'm like the good to your evil.
Kensi: The beast to my beauty?
Deeks: That's hurtful.
Special billing was given to Linda Hunt (with) and LL Cool J (and) for this episode.
The music Sam taught Riley Peyton to play on the drums was by "Together Pangea".